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Unread 01-20-2009, 06:17 PM   #7
Divemaster
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Trust me, I have both the Weber and the BGE.. You want the BGE

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Originally Posted by thillin View Post
It's the most versatile cooker you'll have. High heat searing, low and slow, baking and pizzas. I use mine a couple of times a week. I havn't fired up my Klose in a year and the gasser has been used once(because the wife decided to grill asparagus). Get a large with plate setter and you can do just about anything. Add a BGE pizza stone when you can. ($50+/-). Decide if you want to build a table or buy a nest. Nest can be picked up used from people that end up buying or building a table. And it has a lifetime warranty. Longest cook i recorded was 26 hours on a single load of lump.(could've held more than I loaded.)
Mine was 29 hours... did a HUGE chuck roast (about 16 pounds) and then two dutch ovens of chili on a single load!

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Originally Posted by jtfisher63 View Post
Show her this thread http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...hlight=RIBEYES

Youi just can't cook steaks on a Weber like an Egg, sorry.
Or any of Rick's postings! Rick's Tropical Delight
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Lang 60 Patio (The Mistress), Black Stainless Lang 36 (Little Princess), Large BGE (Ramona), Big Green UDS (Cottage Cooker), Brinkman SnP Pro (Little Bubba-Retired), 8 Burner Gasser, 3 - 22.5" & 1 - 18" (circa 1975) Weber Grills, & a Weber Smoky Joe.
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